‘Flow State’ comes to Homer

  • Thursday, November 1, 2012 11:50am
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On Thursday, Nov. 8, the latest Warren Miller film will be playing at the Homer Theater. Miller’s 63rd feature film, “Flow State,” “brings audiences to a place only recently identified by scientists; a place they now understand skiers and snowboarders achieve where, the faster they go physically, the slower things appear to them mentally. … If this is the first time you’ve heard of it, it’s probably not the first time you’ve been near the ‘Flow State.’ It exists anywhere crisp winter air shocks your lungs and sunlight refracts off snowflakes.”
While Warren Miller doesn’t go on to mention our very own Ohlson Mountain Rope Tow, this is where it all begins. So when the snow starts to fly, and you and your kids start to get a bit of cabin fever, come join us.
In the interim, come see “Flow State” and support Kachemak Ski Club.  Remember “… the most remarkable thing that scientists have discovered about the ‘Flow State’ is that people emerge from it improved; they’re happier, more confident, more aware of their surroundings.” 
Not to mention having a whole heck of a lotta fun.
Nell Gustafson, secretary
Kachemak Ski Club

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